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2.0 Unit 2 Overview

We hope you enjoyed unit 1, where we got a big picture overview of machine learning. While we got our feet wet with coding a simple classifier in pure Python, real work requires a more efficient approach: using tensors and dedicated deep learning libraries.

What are tensors? And which deep learning library are we going to use? We’re glad you asked. In this unit, we will learn more about tensors and familiarize ourselves with PyTorch, the most widely used deep learning library (according to the Papers With Code trend analysis).

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